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How do I reverse an entry to pay $300 for a 2023 estimated tax payment? I reversed out of the section but the $300 was not added back to my state refund.

 
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DawnC
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How do I reverse an entry to pay $300 for a 2023 estimated tax payment? I reversed out of the section but the $300 was not added back to my state refund.

If you made estimated or quarterly tax payments in 2022 toward your federal, state, or local taxes, enter them in the Estimates and Other Income Taxes Paid section.

 

  1. Open or continue your return
  2. Go to the Federal section, then Deductions & Credits
    • You can also search for estimated tax payments and select the Jump to in the search results
  3. Select Estimates and Other Taxes Paid
  4. Select Start or Revisit next to Estimated Tax Payments
  5. Choose Start next to the type of estimated tax payment you'd like to enter (STATE)
  6. Enter the amount of estimated tax you paid at each of the quarterly due dates
    • If you paid 2021 estimated taxes in 2022, you'll enter just one amount for each state of locality
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How do I reverse an entry to pay $300 for a 2023 estimated tax payment? I reversed out of the section but the $300 was not added back to my state refund.

2023 is for next year's return if the year is correct  or are you saying you made an estimated tax payment in 2023 for 2022 taxes. payments on 2023 taxes would not be in your 2022 refund. if for 2023 and the money has already been taken, you'll have to wait until you file your 2023 return to claim it.

 

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